Freightliner Cascadia Evolution 2014 Efficient Aerodynamic Design – Freightliner Truck introduces 8 class Freightliner Cascadia Evolution tractor trucks. Freightliner Cascadia Evolution 2014 is equipped with Detroit engines and some of the most advanced aerodynamic elements. Thanks to these innovations, Cascadia Evolution can save up to 5% fuel compared to conventional Cascadia series trucks with first generation aerodynamic body kits.
Freightliner Cascadia Evolution 2014 has passed about three million kilometers in tests for reliability and fuel economy. Freightliner Cascadia Evolution 2014 is equipped with an aerodynamic package. The front receives a number of updates that aim to optimize airflow, and include a new apron, bumper and space cover between the bumper and the hood. Compared to its predecessor, the interior design of the cabin in the center remains unchanged, there is plenty of space inside, the smooth floor allows it to move around the cabin, the materials are of improved quality.
The ergonomics are still good, Freightliner Cascadia Evolution 2014 with a comfortable instrument panel design, which is easy to get control. The Freightliner Cascadia Evolution 2014 seat is more than enough, which makes it a first class truck, seats with a variety of function settings, heated, three ways to strengthen, they also spin. A good driving position for the driver is also equipped with a truck steering wheel equipped with some additional adjustments.
Freightliner Cascadia Evolution 2014 with the DD15 engine is equipped with an axisymmetric turbocharger with Amplified Common Rail System. Asymmetric turbochargers are less complex than variable-geometry turbochargers, and are therefore ideal for EGR systems. The new generation ACRS system provides the highest injection pressure for better mixing and is characterized by a simplified design. And the DD15 engine itself is 45 kg lighter than its predecessor and is distinguished by two fuel filters with a replacement interval of one hundred thousand miles.
Freightliner Cascadia Evolution 2014